Make A Candy Cane Chandelier


During a recent episode of un-intentional brainstorming {why is it that I can intentionally brainstorm and never think of anything?} that I came up with this awesome plan for decorating in our dining area!

What do you get when you put 36 candy canes {only 0.88/box} and clear fishing line together?

Pottery Barn-ish.

Fabulously Frugal.

A Candy Cane Christmas Chandelier!!

Now…Go find some candy canes and fishing line and get hanging!

Do you decorate with candy canes?

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  1. This is brilliant. I'm new to your site (came from WFMW) and I'm now convinced you're a genius. I'm definitely doing this next year. Great idea.

  2. Lol! Very creative and cute! 🙂 To think… I just resorted to wrapping a huge strand of cheapo red beads around, over, below, etc. my light fixture! ha ha Love the "Noel" on your window pane too!

  3. I found you via MSS… your blog is so cute! I would be very interested in advertising on your site…. I make handmade children's clothes to help fund our adoption from Ethiopia (guess I should be emailing you rather than just leaving a comment 🙂 I'll go email you… you can find me at

  4. Very, very cute! What a fun idea! My poor light is just barren this year, lol!

    Stephanie @ Keeper of the Home

  5. It's a very cute idea. I could see my kids trying to get it down to eat it or the cats trying to get to it to bat it. You are very creative and gifted!

  6. I bought the fishing line and candy canes, today….my 17 year old daughter has suggested I use some of her gold crimping beads to attach the line to the canes….it will be subtle….but pretty…Thanks for the wonderful idea!!! Merry Christmas!!!!

    Yours in Christ,

  7. I love this it would look great in my kitchen, I can't wait to try it next year. GOD BLESS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

  8. I absolutely loved this. I wanted to create something with Starlight mints or candy canes, but I couldn’t think of an idea! I love the vintage feel of your post!

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